Is ice for recovery all it's cracked up to be...?

… not according to some Japanese mice struggling with painful DOMS…

Sage and timely advice
Very early on in the pandemic I wrote a post on the power of letting go of the need to be right. There is a certain peace and a different kind of power that comes from letting go. From not...
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Gaining Inches
Lots of trainers are fabulous at helping people lose inches. Which is exciting. It’s just never really been my “thing”. I get crazy for helping people gain inches. Not in their...
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Feets of Strength
As the body ages, the muscles tend to atrophy from the bottom up. That means your feet – your true strength base, the way you get around and connect with the earth – are one of the...
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The benefit of closed doors...
…doesn’t have to be that a window opens. Sometimes one doesn’t. In this case, one of the most powerful advantages of closing doors is that it simplifies your life. Fewer options...
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Time IS on your side
Time IS on your side. Yes it is. We’ve been talking about the importance of strength training for your bones, for your posture, to keep you tall and centred and stable. Strength training...
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206 bones? They're all yours...
There is so much that is remarkable about the human skeleton. What often hits me is that our bones really make up our centre. Our actual core. The centre of our toes? Bones. Fingers? Bones? Thigh?...
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Leave Me Breathless
Anaerobic exercise typically involves short, intermittent bursts of activity. Your heart and respiration rates surge quickly. The oxygen demand of the activity is higher than what your body can...
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Exercise as a Pillar
Every blog piece stands alone. And many work together to thread together a more meaningful conversation. This particular journey started on September 14th when I committed to reviewing some...
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